The Song of Us reviewed by Pat

Zoe Wylde is introduced to us at the beginning of the book as a naive musician leading what she considers to be a life without direction. She is, however kind and well meaning, which leads her on a roller coaster of self discovery and enlightenment, and by the end of the book she is a very different person.

In helping others she is forced to confront her own demons and make life-changing decisions. It is a book about love, loss, and friendship, and J.D. Barrett captures this with a degree of humour thrown in.


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